Thank you for visiting my fundraising page for the Light The Fight Hockey Tournament in support of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada! I'll be taking to the ice, alongside my team on Saturday, May 28, at George Bell Arena. The tournament is being organized by Woman of the Year Toronto candidate Kathleen Gnocato as part of her fundraising campaign. She has set an ambitious goal of $50,000 for her campaign and I am excited to play a role in it!
To participate, my team must collectively raise $2,500 in support of the LLSC’s mission to fund less harmful treatments and ultimately a cure for blood cancer and to improve the quality of life for all those impacted by blood cancers. For added incentive, the more we raise the greater our chances of securing the top draft pick of Olympic athletes also participating in the tournament!
I am participating to change the landscape of blood cancers in Canada. Every 24 minutes someone in Canada is diagnosed with a blood cancer and I want to change this statistic! Every donation helps.
The Man & Woman of the Year Challenge
Man & Woman of the Year is an intense 10-week fundraising competition taking place in cities across Canada.
From March 24 to June 2, my team and I will fundraise relentlessly and fearlessly for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada. The candidates who, alongside their teams, raise the most funds will win the prestigious titles of Man and Woman of the Year. Last year’s winners raised more than $100,000 each!
About Blood Cancers
Every 24 minutes, someone in Canada is diagnosed with a blood cancer. Blood cancers are the fifth most common form of cancer in Canada, affecting more than 155,000 Canadians.
With your support, research funded by initiatives like Man & Woman of the Year is making a difference. Blood cancers have had the biggest increases in cancer survival in the past three decades, and blood cancer research leads to treatment advances for other cancers and serious diseases.
Please Support My Campaign to Cure Blood Cancers
Please support my campaign by clicking on the “Donate” button now.
Your donation helps propel vital research, provide information to those who need it most, and offer personalized support for those living with blood cancers.
Thank you in advance for your support!
Thank you for bringing help and hope to the blood cancer community!